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Черный японский стиль Мэйдзи лак гексагональной окно с cricke

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Antique Japanese Lacquer Black Box with Grapes 7

Antique Japanese Lacquer Black Box with Grapes

For Sale on - An antique Japanese box in black lacquered wood with gold tone grape leaf design.

沈金色紙箱「月夜の叢」

沈金色紙箱「月夜の叢」

Writing Box, Edo period, 18th century, H 5.1 cm; W 24.1 cm; L 26 cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Writing Box, Edo period, century, H cm; L 26 cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

輪島塗 お重 松島蒔絵 木地紅峯作   Wajima Japan

輪島塗 お重 松島蒔絵 木地紅峯作 Wajima Japan

Box with tray  Date: 18th–19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer

Box with tray Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer

Fine Taisho Period (1912-1926) Japanese lacquer ink box (suzuribako). This oval suzuribako is very unusual in shape and in surface treatment. The surface is painted wood grain with a gold high relief painting of a branch of kumquats. There is a single tray inside. The artist's name (Hisayoshi) is signed under the cover in gold.

Fine Taisho Period (1912-1926) Japanese lacquer ink box (suzuribako). This oval suzuribako is very unusual in shape and in surface treatment. The surface is painted wood grain with a gold high relief painting of a branch of kumquats. There is a single tray inside. The artist's name (Hisayoshi) is signed under the cover in gold.

Japanese Lacquered Calligraphy Box, early 20th c., the lid with relief scenic decoration, the lid interior with gilt cranes and a landscape, fitted with a pen or brush tray, ink stone and bronze heart shaped brush dipper, H.- 1 3/4 in., W.- 8 1/4 in., D.- 9 1/8 in.

Japanese Lacquered Calligraphy Box, early c., the lid with relief scenic decoration, the lid interior with gilt cranes and a la.

A LACQUER WRITING BOX AND COVER (SUZURIBAKO) SIGNED JOKASAI, JAPAN, EDO PERIOD, 18TH CENTURY

A lacquer writing box and cover (suzuribako), signed Jokasai, Edo Period,

Writing Box with Design of Waterfall and Auspicious Characters. Meiji period (1868–1912) Date: late 19th century

Writing Box with Design of Waterfall and Auspicious Characters,Meiji period wood with gold and silver takamaki-e, hiramaki-e, togidashimaki-e, and gold inlay on nashiji ground

An Imperial presentation gold lacquer suzuribako and cover by Akatsuka Jitoku, 20th century,with rounded corners and an overhanging lid, decorated with a flowering yatsude, the design extending over the lid to two sides, the kikumon appearing prominently on the lid, containing en-suite fitted, movable trays for an ink-stone, a silvered-metal mizuire chased with trailing kiku, an ink-stick holder, a spike, a knife, and two brushes with nashiji holders and silver fittings

An Imperial presentation gold lacquer suzuribako and cover by Akatsuka Jitoku, 20th century,with rounded corners and an overhanging lid, decorated with a flowering yatsude, the design extending over the lid to two sides, the kikumon appearing prominently on the lid, containing en-suite fitted, movable trays for an ink-stone, a silvered-metal mizuire chased with trailing kiku, an ink-stick holder, a spike, a knife, and two brushes with nashiji holders and silver fittings

Lacquer Box with Tale of Genji design, made in Japan, circa 1800 Laca Caja con Cuento de Genji diseño, hecho en Japón, alrededor de 1800

Lacquer box with Tale of Genji design, made in Japan, Urushi design. Picture painted with lacquer.

Box (Sumiaka tebako) with Design of Pine, Bamboo, and Plum

Box (Sumiaka tebako) with Design of Pine, Bamboo, and Plum. Gold maki-e on nashiji lacquer with basket

Tiered Box with Design of Autumn Grasses.  Meiji period, late 19th century Japanese. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Hope Skillman Schary, 1981 (1982.244.1a–f)

Tiered Box with Design of Autumn Grasses, Meiji period late century, Gold and silver maki-e on black lacquer, cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A black lacquer suzuribako (writing box) and cover Early 17th century Bearing a roiro ground with kinji bevelled edges, lacquered with trailing kirimon in gold hiramakie and e-nashiji,unsigned

A black lacquer suzuribako (writing box) and cover Early century Bearing a roiro ground with kinji bevelled edges, lacquered with trailing kirimon in gold hiramakie and e-nashiji,unsigned

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